131026 final taste presentation with voter results

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131026 final taste presentation with voter results

  1. 1. The Catalyst Project: A plan for a holistic Marlborough Marlborough Community Coalition | BNIM | KC Healthy Kids | Parson and Associates | URS | Cole + Rosser | CultivateKC Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 1
  2. 2. Purpose of Meeting 1. Gather community feedback on key opportunities. 2. Establish which opportunities have buy-in and leadership to move forward. 3. Launch teams to start projects. Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 2
  3. 3. Meeting Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Catalyst Projects 3. Breakout Conversation 4. Report out 5. Next steps 6. To The Taste! Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 3
  4. 4. THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! The Goody Grill Vee’s Sweets & Treats Niecie’s Restaurant The Holmes Café Mama Tio’s BB’s Lawnside Blues & BBQ Fresh Bread Stony Crest Urban Farm Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 4
  5. 5. The Catalyst Plan will provide a consensus-building process for the five neighborhoods of Marlborough to create a common vision and identity while prioritizing projects, programs, and partnerships that contribute the highest value to the interconnected systems of: • Mobility • New development and redevelopment projects, including the reuse of vacant parcels • Culture, arts, and social systems • Access to healthy food • Adaptive reuse of historic buildings, such as the Marlborough School. Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 5
  6. 6. Topics of Study ARTS AND SOCIAL SERVICES MOBILITY HEALTHY FOODS ACCESS COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT REDEVELOPMENT OF THE MARLBOROUGH SCHOOL MESSAGING AND OUTREACH Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 6
  7. 7. THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR VOLUNTEERS! Your dedication and hard work made the Catalyst Project come to life! Aimee Alderman (Food) Leslie Alford (Board) Cortney Anderson (Food) Lou Austin (Mobility) Bonnye Brown (Arts) Charles Brown (Arts/Devel.) Jeph BurroughsScanlon (Arts) Steve Burton (Development) Curtis Calkins (Arts/Food/Devel.) Cindy Circo (Development) Brian Dennis (Arts) Tim Duggan (Outreach) Pat Duncan (Food) Theresa Garza Ruiz (Mobility) Kathryn Evans (Food) Kei Fukuda (Arts) Joshua Hemberger (School) Jim Henkel (Development) Diane Hershberger (Board/Food/Mobility) Elizabeth Hollins (School) Padmavathi Iyengar (Outreach) Sarah Kim (Arts) Stacy Heard King (Arts) Candace Koba (Food/Mobility) Terry Leeds (Outreach) Christian Lewis (Food) Donna Martin (Food) Stephen Maslan (Development) Pastor Hubert McDonald (Food/Outreach) Armond McDonald (Food) Marc Mingledorf (Outreach) Sharon Nibbelink (Arts) Dan Norburg (Development) Danny O’Connor (Mobility) Betty Ost-Everley (Board/Outreach/School) Turner Pettway (School) Steve Quinlen (Food) Curtis Rogers (School) Kaylee Rudolf (Outreach) Terry Rynard (Arts) Jolan Smith (Food) Chris Stanly (Mobility) Sean Starowitz (Arts/Food) Dr. Robyne Stevenson (Food) Joyce Stokes (Arts) Nathan Swanson (Outreach) Brenda Thomas (Outreach/School) Ray Thomas (Food) Theresa VanAckeren (Mobility) Joyce Walker (Food) Steve Walker (Food/Devel.) James Walton (Arts) Nicole Collier White (School) Donald Wilkison (Arts) Sarah Wilkison (Arts) Gerald Williams (Mobility/Devel.) Richard Williams (Food) Sarah Worthington (Food) Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 7
  8. 8. Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 8
  9. 9. Timeline Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 9
  10. 10. All Five Neighborhoods Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 10
  11. 11. Community Priorities • Increase attention to property maintenance and beautification on private and public properties. • Build new, sidewalks and curbs connected to transit, provide street maintenance, and repair failing infrastructure. • Support organized community involvement to build neighborhood pride and capacity. • Improve healthy food access in the neighborhood, as well as awareness of and connection between current healthy food assets • Promote awareness building/education for parents and kids to support healthy choices and skills. • Increase availability of programmed activities, recreation, and mentorship opportunities, especially for youth. • Promote homeownership and landlord accountability. • Address concerns for safety and perception of crime, especially around schools. • Create new educational opportunities to develop residents’ employment skills and catalyze new businesses. • Inform a new image of the community as a dynamic, innovative environment that will attract residents, visitors, and new businesses. Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 11
  12. 12. From There to Here Outreach and interviews Community priorities Projects within topic areas Arts & Social Services Healthy Food Access Commercial Development Outreach & Mobility Communications Marlborough School Redevelopment Catalyst Projects and Seed Projects • • • • Marlborough Village Commercial Revitalization Redevelopment of Marlborough School Target Green Coordination Coalition Capacity Building Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 12
  13. 13. Marlborough Village Commercial Catalyst  Site plan for the four properties at the intersection of 80th & Paseo Image or graph to describe need or type of outcome  Base pro forma for the redevelopment of the two buildings on the northeast corner  List Marlborough Village in the National Register of Historic Places  Develop a business plan for the vacant property as a “commercial” garden Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 13
  14. 14. Redevelopment of Marlborough School Identify developer Create nonprofit partnerships The New Marlborough School could include programs such as: • An institute (and demonstration kitchen) focused on production and preparation of healthy food on a community scale • A living laboratory for high performance building and land systems, • Tutoring programs in partnership with school districts • Green job training • A small business incubator • A yoga and massage studio • Local access to a computer lab and Google Fiber • CAN Center • Codes officer • Office space for Coalition • Meeting space for community Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 14
  15. 15. Coordination with Target Green infrastructure improvements  Communication plan between the Coalition, city departments, and Target Green consultants  Leverage the infrastructure investments for other identified neighborhood improvements. Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 15
  16. 16. Coalition Capacity Building  Neighborhood Administrator – project support, community organization  Neighborhood Watch Network  Inclusive Community Directory – with local business focus  Graphic Identity  Ongoing Mentorship Programs Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 16
  17. 17. Catalyst Projects Redevelopment of Marlborough Village Commercial Revitalization Marlborough School • • • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Documentary film Arts programming and venue Signature entrepreneurship or arts event Pop-up bread vendor Marlborough Village streetscape plan Community garden for restaurants and residents (ADA Accessible) Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Business incubator/ job training program Healthy food awareness and education campaign Meeting place for healthy food networks Community garden with youth focus Pop-up bread vendor Healthy food leadership network Target Green Coordination Coalition Capacity Building • • • • • • • • • • • Public signage and communication system Graphic identity Mentorship programs Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities Streetcar planning process involvement Business incubator/ job training program Marlborough Village streetscape plan Youth programs for food production Healthy food leadership network • • • • • • • Neighborhood administrator* Neighborhood watch network* Community directory* Graphic identity Mentorship programs Streetcar planning process Involvement Landlord legislation enforcement Healthy food leadership network Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 17
  18. 18. Catalyst Projects – High priorities for sustainability Redevelopment of Marlborough Village Commercial Revitalization Marlborough School • • • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Documentary film Arts programming and venue Signature entrepreneurship or arts event Pop-up bread vendor Marlborough Village streetscape plan Community garden for restaurants and residents (ADA Accessible) Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Business incubator/ job training program Healthy food awareness and education campaign Meeting place for healthy food networks Community garden with youth focus Pop-up bread vendor Healthy food leadership network Target Green Coordination Coalition Capacity Building • • • • • • • • • • • Public signage and communication system Graphic identity Mentorship programs Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities Streetcar planning process involvement Business incubator/ job training program Marlborough Village streetscape plan Youth programs for food production Healthy food leadership network • • • • • • • Neighborhood administrator* Neighborhood watch network* Community directory* Graphic identity Mentorship programs Streetcar planning process Involvement Landlord legislation enforcement Healthy food leadership network Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 18
  19. 19. Catalyst Projects – Arts Thread Redevelopment of Marlborough Village Commercial Revitalization Marlborough School • • • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Documentary film Arts programming and venue Signature entrepreneurship or arts event Pop-up bread vendor Marlborough Village streetscape plan Community garden for restaurants and residents (ADA Accessible) Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Business incubator/ job training program Healthy food awareness and education campaign Meeting place for healthy food networks Community garden with youth focus Pop-up bread vendor Healthy food leadership network Target Green Coordination • • • • • • • • • • Coalition Capacity Building Public signage and • communication system • Graphic identity Mentorship programs • Improvements for • connectivity (roads, • sidewalks, bus stops, • and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities • Streetcar planning process involvement • Business incubator/ job training program Marlborough Village streetscape plan Youth programs for food production Healthy food leadership network Neighborhood administrator* Neighborhood watch network* Community directory* Graphic identity Mentorship programs Streetcar planning process Involvement Landlord legislation enforcement Healthy food leadership network Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 19
  20. 20. Catalyst Projects – Healthy Food Thread Redevelopment of Marlborough Village Commercial Revitalization Marlborough School • • • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Documentary film Arts programming and venue Signature entrepreneurship or arts event Pop-up bread vendor Marlborough Village streetscape plan Community garden for restaurants and residents (ADA Accessible) Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Business incubator/ job training program Healthy food awareness and education campaign Meeting place for healthy food networks Community garden with youth focus Pop-up bread vendor Healthy food leadership network Target Green Coordination Coalition Capacity Building • • • • • • • • • • • Public signage and communication system Graphic identity Mentorship programs Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities Streetcar planning process involvement Business incubator/ job training program Marlborough Village streetscape plan Youth programs for food production Healthy food leadership network • • • • • • • Neighborhood administrator* Neighborhood watch network* Community directory* Graphic identity Mentorship programs Streetcar planning process Involvement Landlord legislation enforcement Healthy food leadership network Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 20
  21. 21. Catalyst Projects – Mobility Thread Redevelopment of Marlborough Village Commercial Revitalization Marlborough School • • • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Documentary film Arts programming and venue Signature entrepreneurship or arts event Pop-up bread vendor Marlborough Village streetscape plan Community garden for restaurants and residents (ADA Accessible) Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities • • • • • • • • Graphic identity Mentorship programs Business incubator/ job training program Healthy food awareness and education campaign Meeting place for healthy food networks Community garden with youth focus Pop-up bread vendor Healthy food leadership network Target Green Coordination Coalition Capacity Building • • • • • • • • • • • Public signage and communication system Graphic identity Mentorship programs Improvements for connectivity (roads, sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes) Streetscape amenities Streetcar planning process involvement Business incubator/ job training program Marlborough Village streetscape plan Youth programs for food production Healthy food leadership network • • • • • • • Neighborhood administrator* Neighborhood watch network* Community directory* Graphic identity Mentorship programs Streetcar planning process Involvement Landlord legislation enforcement Healthy food leadership network Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 21
  22. 22. VOTE: 1. I love it! Let’s roll it out! (stickers, signs, letterhead, t-shirts, etc) 1 2. I would like to start with this and modify it through Bonnye Brown’s art program. 2 82% (37) 18% (8) 3. I do not like it, and would like to work 3 0% (0) on a new graphic identity with Bonnye Marlborough Community Coalition | BNIM | KC Healthy Kids | Parson and Associates | URS | Cole + Rosser | CultivateKC Brown’s art program. Total: 45 Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 22
  23. 23. Community Priorities BREAKOUT EXERCISE, 35 minutes • • • • • • • Join the Catalyst table of your choice. Decide on the project(s) that you would like to move forward. Determine the role(s) you would like to play on the project(s). Set up your Implementation Meeting times and next step. Discuss process of working with the Coalition. Record your decisions and share contact information. Report back to the larger group on the project(s), roles, and next step. Marlborough | October 26, 2013 | 23

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